To refer to this North Dallas steakhouse as upscale would be an understatement. Three Forks provides a unique, elegant setting to enjoy steak and ... More
To refer to this North Dallas steakhouse as upscale would be an understatement. Three Forks provides a unique, elegant setting to enjoy steak and seafood cuisine with a French flair. Owned and operated by Dale Wamstad of Del Frisco's fame, the establishment exudes personalized service and chic style. This trendy spot is a favorite among local celebrities, so you never know whom you might see here. The five million dollar restaurant's gold-domed building is lavishly decorated with giant wall murals and Tiffany-stained glass windows in the ceiling. The well-trained, professional staff will gladly help you order from the unbelievable wine selection including a $35,000 bottle of 1926 Chateau Brion. Crab cakes or shrimp cocktails are a nice way to start out this culinary adventure, both are deliciously light. For an entree, delve into one of the succulent beef selections or try some fresh seafood, which is flown in daily to ensure that only the finest quality of lobster, shrimp, fish or crab legs served.
The fillet is exceptionally flavorfull and can be cut with a butter knife. It is always done to perfection. The house salad is wonderful. Have been there many times and have never been disappointed.
We had 12 people in our party that ordered several different dishes. All dishes were to salty even the fish had salt all over it. Sent it back and the same fish came back sent a steak back and they just fliped it over as if we would not see that it was the same steak. Ever since Greg the chef left the food is just terrible. We have given it several chances but no more wasting of so much money to that place just not worth it.
I took my wife there for our anniversary after hearing good reviews, however it did not live up to our expectations for a restaurant in this price range, where I expect more attention to details. 4 problems: First, upon sitting down, there were bread crumbs already on my table, second, my fork was dirty! Third, the lobster tasted over cooked, and fourth (most disappointing) my wife's steak was over cooked. The waitress did not seem enthusiastic about making good on the steak, and only appeared "reluctantly willing". I accept this at a lower price restaurant, but not where I spend $270. The experience and food was otherwise above average, but not for a restaurant which claims to be in this league.
I love the place, food and atmosphere. You can actually go into this restuarant and feel welcome. You don't have to worry about if you are dress appropriate or not, because it's what ever is comfortable for you. From evening wear to shorts & Tshirt, they treat you the same. Customer service is excellent, the service is good and the food is outstanding. My favorite is the Bone-In Rib-eye. Now that is GOOD EATING!! The meat is A+, tender, tasty and season to perfection. My hat off to the Chef.
Food undercooked, staff attitide, management reaction - horrible. management was knew of the problem and did nothing about it. Scakllops undercooked and not eaten - but they still charged us. Never, ever will return.
Great service, but the food is average. My steak was tough, but my wife's was fine. The potatos were very good. If you order the famous salad, make sure you like weeds. But the dressing is good. We'll try the competition before going back here.
We went for the Thanksgiving meal. There
was a choice between slow roasted turkey
and chateaubriand with bordelaise sauce.
The turkey was extremely tough. It required
a steak knife and a lot of sawing motion
to cut it. The chateaubriand was excellent
but the bordelaise sauce was not good -
excessively thickened with corn starch.
The waitress took our bread dishes when
she brought out the main course. This
is supposed to be done at the end of the
meal, not before the main course.
My husand and I just visited Dallas this past week and decided to dine at III Forks. It was an amazing dinner. I highly recommend the III Forks salad it is wonderful especially if you like pecans and apples. The service was incredible and everyone was extremely friendly. It was pretty expensive but well worth every dollar we spent. It was really a unique and beautiful place and has a rich history as well. We will most definitely be going back! Oh yes, and the steaks were perfect as well. Best steaks weve ever had! I would definitely recommend this restaurant to everyone who is a steak, and seafood lover!
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